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... the War on Terrorism Mark Hollingsworth and Nick Fielding London: Andre Deutsch, 2003, p/b 8.99 An updated and expanded version of Defending the Realm: MI5 and the Shayler Affair which was reviewed in Lobster 38 , this account of MI5's adjustment to the post Cold War world is one of the best books on the UK's intelligence services, up there with Stephen Dorril's MI6 book, Paul Lashmar and James Oliver's book on IRD and Richard Aldrich's The Hidden Hand. Rereading it, I was struck by the following. Although we now know quite a lot about MI5's recent history, almost none of it has come from MI5 itself, despite the talk of openness and ...
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352. Who shot JFK [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... officer Tippit who closely resembled JFK.) Why did the FBI work so hard to cover everything up? And, centrally, who was Oswald and what was his role? At which point it gets very complicated for, thanks to John Armstrong's research, it seems very likely that there were two 'Oswalds' and that some kind of elaborate intelligence operation was being run with them. This was Armstrong's view in 1997: 'In the early 1950s an intelligence operation was underway that involved two teenage boys: Lee Oswald from Fort Worth and a Russian-speaking boy who was given the name "Harvey Oswald" from New York. Beginning in 1952, these boys lived parallel but separate ...
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353. Also Noticed [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 46) Winter 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 46 Also Noticed Intelligence and the War in Bosnia 1992-1995 Cees Wiebes Munster, Germany: Lit Verlag, Studies in Intelligence History, 2003 ISBN 3-8258-6347-6 p/b , 34.9 euros, $39.95 from Amazon. The publisher declined to send me a review copy but I read one chapter sent by e-mail from the author. This isn't my field but it seems to me to be a dazzling demonstration of parapolitical research, in an area in which research looks difficult to do. ...
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... DAC co-founder former Marine Corps Lieutenant General Pedro del Valle was also a friend of Admiral Charles Freeman (Ret.). (2 ) Freeman became the U. S. agent for Kenneth De Courcy's Intell-igence Digest after the war. De Courcy, in turn, had extensive contacts with far-right British military and intelligence circles favoured by the LEL. The LEL's founder and leader Arthur Keith Chesterton (better known as 'A.K . ') was the cousin of the famous writer G. .K . Chesterton. A one-time member of Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists (BUF), Chesterton broke with Mosley in 1938. During World ...
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355. Jim Jones and the Conspiracists [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... mirrors. In the event, Moore defines a professional conspiracist as one 'who see(s ) all events through the hermeneutical lenses of conspiracy'. In the context of the Peoples Temple, she summarises the conspiracists' point of view, which holds 'that people in Jonestown were murdered by U.S . government agent agents either military or intelligence. These agents, ' she continues, 'committed the murders to conceal some other, more damaging information... '. (3 ) Well, fair enough. The definition certainly describes the point of view of most Jonestown conspiracists. But I still don't understand why I'm included among their number. Because I don't believe that anyone ...
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356. Perfidious Albion: an end to deceit [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... So are we for ever condemned to more of the same? There are a few positive straws in the wind. While the media remain hugely influential in shaping our perceptions, they are nowhere near as all-pervasive in the UK as they are in the US. Yes, there is a dutiful reflection of the orthodoxies of foreign, intelligence, business and armed services policy fed to us by their pliant press corps, but there are also divergences from the approved script, a matter of much concern to the Blair government as evidenced most recently in the Hutton Inquiry. While it is important not to exaggerate these changes, it is worth noting a few of them. As ...
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... big, big stuff, impacting on a large number of areas in post-war history, from the funding and manipulation of Japanese politics, through to the 1980s and the putative existence of a kind of parallel CIA, which the authors call The Enterprise, in which a pantheon of well known names from the hard right of the American intelligence and military are said to be involved. But is it true? As presented here the answer can only be: it might be true. For, in the first move of its kind I have come across, the authors have not documented the book fully, placing what they claim is their main evidence on two CDs which can ...
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358. Pretexts [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... of this period are amongst the most compelling in the memoir, since it was this direct experience which led him to the conclusion that the war could not be won. Or at least, it could not be won on the basis of anything less than a massive deployment of troops well beyond what was politically acceptable. This was Ellsberg's human intelligence, as opposed to the 'Humint' variety of wishful thinking the president's men were peddling. But presidents down the line were continually presented with wishful thinking from the military whose lies, being self-deceptions, they would not recognise as deliberate falsehoods. Given the events of 2002/2003, it is clear that not much has been ...
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359. Feedback [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... experimentation on prisoners were appropriated after World War II. By the time Korea started, the U.S . had an offensive capability. The effort in Korea was more experimental than strategic, but it was definitely offensive rather than defensive, and was part of an ongoing development program within the bowels of the Pentagon and U.S . intelligence establishments. Re: the comments in Lobster 45 p. 24, subhead 'Monkey business? ', the Ford, Rockefeller, and Carnegie Foundations poured millions into women's studies, black studies, and Mexican-American studies programs beginning in the early 1970s. From the Wall Street Journal, 27 January 1995: 'Mariam Chamberlain, a former ...
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... has been frequently pointed out in these pages, New Labour was coopted by the US long before it took office. As for the events leading up to war, there isn't much left to say. In the absence of evidence of the Iraqi regime's 'weapons of mass destruction', to the distress of the professional diplomats and most of their intelligence services, the Bush-Blair 'allies' used dodgy information from defectors, selectively edited what other information they had, or simply made it up as part of the 'perception managment' of their populations. What they didn't seem to factor into their calculations was the speed with which the Net would circulate the views of their critics. 'Perception ...
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